September 2, 2018 LStacey No comments exist

Stowe Sub Aqua club visited Stoney Cove on Wednesday hoping to catch transport from the Bus Stop. With a lack of Red Buses turning up, they were forced into taking a giant step in the hope of reaching their goal. It always seems to be the same outcome for UK Diving. Judging by the smiles,…

August 14, 2018 LStacey No comments exist

On the 4th July this year, BSAC Stowe Sub Aqua Clubs Training Officer, Steve Wasilewski-Norman had a rare opportunity to join the Nautical Archaeological Society on a day’s UK diving on two of their protected wrecks, off Eastbourne on the South Coast. The first was the Holland No 5, one of the two very first…

June 13, 2018 LStacey No comments exist

We are moving outside from Monday, are you ready? UK Diving is back on the agenda. The water is warming up. Time to dust off your kit that’s been hidden in the back of the garage! 1. Do a Top to Bottom check Mask – Clean, serviceable, straps looking ok? Hood – has it shrunk…

June 2, 2018 LStacey No comments exist

4 Club members joined the Milton Keynes Sub-Aqua Club MKSAC team for an evenings diving in the Blue Lagoon Bletchley.This visibility was stunning!! Goes to show the UK Diving with BSAC is great for adventure. We dad fun with a number of swim throughs, visiting the both training platforms, the sunken trees, boats and the bus, clocking…

April 20, 2018 LStacey No comments exist

Whilst the visibility was comparable to Calvert, the sunny weather and trip on the boat certainly make up for it – See the bright red faces on those that didn’t wear baseball caps on the boat! 4 Stowe Club members (Steve, Sam, Tony & Les) enjoyed a day out diving 2 great wreck sites (Kyarra…

March 24, 2018 LStacey No comments exist

Back in October, the intrepid trio of Steve Wasilewski-Norman, Adrian Heathcote and Oliver Sweeney embarked on a skills development course on Boat Handling. Over two days on the boat handling course, students learn the basics of handling a small boat (Usually RIBs up to about 8m in length) and become familiar with the equipment involved….

August 27, 2017 CRVince No comments exist

11 of us, including 3 from MK club travelled up to Northumberland on Friday 18th August for a weekend trip diving on the Farne Islands – we have had several club trips over the years and it has always been a great trip: probably one of the best sites in the UK for marine life…

February 24, 2017 CRVince No comments exist

Cat Vince, Steve Wasilewski-Norman, Roger Bray, Mark Sales, Nick Tucker and Sam Richardson gathered together at Heathrow on 31st January 2017 to fly out to The Federated States of Micronesia to dive the Truk Lagoon. It took four days from arriving at Heathrow to boarding the SS Thorfinn at Chuuk. We had an overnight stop in Manila…

November 12, 2016 CRVince No comments exist

Five members of the club took a trip to Portland, Dorset on Saturday 5th November to dive the M2 submarine wreck (35mtrs max) and the Countess of Erne wreck (14mtrs max). This was the second attempt to dive the M2 submarine, the first being cancelled due to poor weather. The divers were Steve Wasilewski-Norman, George…

July 3, 2016 CRVince No comments exist

11 go mad in Leicestershire   With the warmer weather seemingly with us for the month, the group descended upon Stoney Cove for a series of training dives, brushing up on our general skills and with aims of progressing the towards our respective Ocean and Sports Diver qualifications. With the majority of the team arriving…